White Horse Mill

107 Cambridge Road, Gap, PA

(Lord 50-07) The first mill on this site was a log mill built in 1729 by Daniel Cookson. The second was probably built in c1766 by Matthew Henderson and it was stone, 36×45 feet. The current mill was built in c1832 by Thomas Henderson. In 1864 the owner of the mill was T. G. Henderson, in 1875 it was Ruben Martin, and in 1899 it was John Stauffer. The mill was still in operation in 1969 .and in 1995 it is a sweater outlet store. In 2014 it was an antiques store.

Builtc1832
Structure3.5 Story Stone
Water SourceWhitehorse Run
TownshipSalisbury
TypeGrist
Headrace200 feet
Tailrace50 feet
Dam Height7 feet
PowerOvershot
Capacity8 bbl / day